"I give it up, my little friend," he said, and threw away the reed.
Was there not in the air the thin sound of a reed flute playing a tarantella?
The common practice is to keep them under hand-glasses, but they will thrive better under a reed fence, placed sloping over them.
The man was staggered and the long rod in his hand shook like a reed.
By Eteonicus's orders the answer was set afloat, "because he carried a reed."
But see, his hands are weak, his head is like the niño in the reed basket.
The frail youngster, swaying like a reed, made a low moaning sound.
He shoved some cables into my hand and hastened off to interview Reed.
Stopford likes Reed who is, indeed, a very pleasant fellow to work with.
Wrestled with him for over an hour; Braithwaite doing ditto with Reed.